IOTA Cryptocurrency Predictions For 2018

Over the past two months IOTA tokens suddenly became one of the most-talked about cryptocurrencies of 2017. CoinMarketCap estimates IOTA now has a market cap of more than $10 billion, which outranks more popular tokens such as monero, zcash and Neo in terms of global transactions and speculative value. Robert Bosch Venture Capital recently became the… Please follow and like us:

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Trump’s Anti-Red Tape Effort Shows Biggest Drop in New Edicts Since 1993

Government agencies in 2017 published the fewest pages of new regulations in the Federal Register since Bill Clinton was in the White House, according to the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI), a conservative Washington, D.C.-based think tank. A total of 1,579 regulations issued by Barack Obama and heading toward full implementation were either delayed or cancelled by… Please follow and like us:

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Trump’s MAGA evidenced in 2017 economy

Those seeking unemployment benefits are down. The stock market has been flirting with an unprecedented 25,000 point milestone. Industry is expanding. All since President Trump took office. So is it cause and effect from his policies? Probably in large part. But that’s both good and bad. ZeroHedge reported the booming economy has triggered a $2 trillion… Please follow and like us:

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Trump tweet trashes Amazon, USPS shipping price breaks

WASHINGTON, December 30, 2017: Just when you thought this New Year’s weekend would be a quiet one, the President fired off another provocative Trump tweet this Friday a.m.: Why is the United States Post Office, which is losing many billions of dollars a year, while charging Amazon and others so little to deliver their packages, making… Please follow and like us:

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Netflix raises executive salaries, proving that ‘performance-based’ pay always was a sham

The big news Friday on the executive compensation front was that Netflix is converting some of its “performance-based” pay for its top executives to straight salaries, thanks to the recently-passed tax bill. But people may be taking the wrong lesson from the change. On the surface, it looks like the five executives covered by the change… Please follow and like us:

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9 things you’ll likely pay more for in 2018

With 2017 just about in our rear view, it’s a good time to remember that pretty much nothing stays static over an extended period. Prices are no exception. That’s why it’s important that we adjust our expectations (and our budget) for 2018. Unless you always buy in bulk and have loaded up gobs and gobs of… Please follow and like us:

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CULTURE – A look back at the key words of 2017, from ‘covfefe’ to youthquake

Several new words made their way into the lexicon in 2017 while others were inadvertently invented. FRANCE 24 takes a look back at some of the terms that helped define the year. Covfefe US President Donald Trump is no stickler for traditional spelling and usage, but when he tweeted the word “covfefe” in May, millions were… Please follow and like us:

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Goldman Sachs says US tax reform to cut earnings by $5 bn

US banking giant Goldman Sachs said Friday the recently-enacted US tax reform will cut its earnings this year by about $5 billion, mainly because of a tax targeting earnings held abroad. The tax reform package is expected to “result in a reduction of approximately $5 billion in earnings for the fourth quarter,” the company said in… Please follow and like us:

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Facebook, Twitter Threatened With Sanctions in Britain

Social media giants Facebook and Twitter could face sanctions in Britain if they fail to be more forthcoming in providing details about Russian disinformation campaigns that used their platforms in the run-up to last year’s Brexit referendum, the chairman of a British parliamentary inquiry committee warned. The companies have been given until January 18 to hand… Please follow and like us:

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Move Over Bitcoin: Zcash, Monero And Other Altcoins To Watch In 2018

Bitcoin prices surged this year from around $1,000 on Jan. 1, according to CoinMarketCap, to around $15,800 by the last Wednesday of 2017. Ethereum, arguably the world’s second most popular blockchain network, skyrocketed from around $8 at the start of 2017 to more than $755. Many cryptocurrency newbies are now pondering which cryptocurrencies they should watch… Please follow and like us:

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Electric cars edge forward in 2017 but still have a long way to go

SAN FRANCISCO — Electric car sales in the U.S. are set to rise nearly 30 percent in 2017. “This was a notably good year,” said Genevieve Cullen, president of the Electric Drive Transportation Association. But the raw number of pure-electric and plug-in hybrid cars sold won’t top 200,000, which represents barely more than 1 percent of… Please follow and like us:

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Top 10 Financial Terms of 2017: Investopedia

Investopedia, an online provider of financial content, has announced its list of the top financial terms of 2017. The list reflects investor interest, key trends and news events during the year as measured by search volume and percentage gains. “Investors clearly have disruptive technology on the mind this year,” Investopedia’s chief executive, David Siegel, said in… Please follow and like us:

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12 bad tech habits you need to resolve to stop doing this New Year

Give 2018 a fresh start. A new year, a new start with your apps and gadgets. Annie Spratt/Unsplash Your brain may make New Year’s resolutions hard to keep, but that doesn’t stop us from promising to improve our lives each December. As 2017 turns into 2018, make sure you don’t forget about bettering your digital life… Please follow and like us:

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Speculative bounceback stocks for 2018: GE and Navient

Please hold. T WASHINGTON, December 29, 2017: Following up on my previous column here are a few more stocks I’d have to label as speculative bounceback stocks. Our previous list included generally well-known, stable companies that might be safer and more reliable bets for a decent bounce back up in early 2018. Read also: Year end… Please follow and like us:

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U.S. CEOs Make The Most Globally

It pays to be a chief executive officer in the United States, according to a new report revealing that the pay gap between U.S. CEOs and their employees is larger than in any other country. Related: How the Rich Get Rich: These Tech CEOs Are Making Bank The U.S. CEOs of the top publicly traded companies… Please follow and like us:

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